Start Date

27-7-2016 9:00 AM

End Date

27-7-2016 9:45 AM

Description

On 27th July 2016, at SSFS 3, Eka Swadiana delivered the first part of his talk on Contra Hegemony. This session is titled Contra Hegemony (Part 1): Conscious Regional Planning and its Adaptive Development Policies.

This presentation talked about recent Indonesian government policies launched under the leadership of the currently in power President Joko Widodo; in the discourse to his very limited fiscal gap, the dream of undergoing vast development, and the blue print of national development formulated by taking the long forgotten Indonesian local wisdom to envision a foreseen optimistic future. Some insights on both state and privately owned large business were also included in the strategic banking/financial market, aviation industry, and mining/energy sectors.

Streaming Media

20160727_0900-0945_01 Contra Hegemony (Part 1) Conscious Regional Planning and its Adaptive Development Policies.pdf (372 kB)
Contra hegemony: Part 1: Conscious regional planning and its adaptive development policies / Eka Swadiansa

Recommended Citation

Swadiansa, E. (2016, July). Contra hegemony: Part 1: Conscious regional planning and its adaptive development policies = 逆反霸權 (1) : 有意識之區域規劃及其靈活之發展政策. Presented at the Third South South Forum on Sustainability, Lingnan University, Hong Kong.

 
Jul 27th, 9:00 AM Jul 27th, 9:45 AM

Contra hegemony : part 1 : conscious regional planning and its adaptive development policies = 逆反霸權 (1) : 有意識之區域規劃及其靈活之發展政策

On 27th July 2016, at SSFS 3, Eka Swadiana delivered the first part of his talk on Contra Hegemony. This session is titled Contra Hegemony (Part 1): Conscious Regional Planning and its Adaptive Development Policies.

This presentation talked about recent Indonesian government policies launched under the leadership of the currently in power President Joko Widodo; in the discourse to his very limited fiscal gap, the dream of undergoing vast development, and the blue print of national development formulated by taking the long forgotten Indonesian local wisdom to envision a foreseen optimistic future. Some insights on both state and privately owned large business were also included in the strategic banking/financial market, aviation industry, and mining/energy sectors.